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Narrated by Kevin Spacey, this appropriately sombre film is all the more powerful for the way it just baldly presents the facts as they unfolded - as recorded by newsreels and recalled by eyewitnesses.
Ward baldly challenged the credibility of our clients and, in spite of overwhelming evidence to the contrary, asked the jury to award nothing.
The required lay push-back must demand a top-down removal of church leaders, whose clericalism so baldly affronts the gospel.
Jim Corr is baldly going where many stars have unwisely gone before.
If the issue were so baldly stated, how many would support such increases in the money supply?
McConnell has a penchant for such baldly political statements -- in October 2010, when asked about Republican priorities, he said that "The single most important thing we want to achieve is for President Obama to be a one-term president.
The head of department of psychology at Jinnah Postgraduate Medical Center (JPMC), Professor Iqbal Afridi, said that the recent terror attacks on law enforcement agencies have spread a panic among the people and that growing poverty and inflation has baldly affected the mental health of people.
Later - his tragic 12 grand hairweave hidden under his hat - bonedome Gardiner baldly declared: "It's hilarious that it has turned into a circus.
Many international oil executives have long complained of the difficulty of dealing with Iran and its repeated efforts to change the terms on contracts, but this was the first time a major oil executive stated baldly that Iran's financial terms were too poor to warrant investment.
That imagined reality fuels, in turn, a text where a baldly constative tone coaxes the reader into a labyrinth of doubt.
One callous letter from a housing officer baldly tells the couple "you have no right to be here" and warns that they will face a hefty legal bill if the matter ends up in a court.
Not if you put it quite so baldly, and certainly not in front of your wife and children, Michael